These debates range from a number of comparisons, like whose ship was faster, which was more scientifically possible and accurate, and even who the victor would be if the Federation went to war with the Empire.Rather than compare more things about these classics themselves, I thought, what about the fans?That's one of the reasons they work."Similarly, Glitch says his girlfriend is impressed by his one-liners and his wit — but they don't blow her away.The Han and Leia love affair is a reminder, Glitch says, to just be yourself in relationships. Glitch has dated "normal" (his word) women before, but they haven't always been enthusiastic about his "Star Wars" obsession."Star Wars" fans holding lightsabers and dressed as Jedi Knights collect their tickets at a screening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in London.
With all the ‘Star Wars’ spoofs on the internet, this finding really didn’t surprise me. Politics Female fans of ‘Star Trek’ were found to be more liberal than female ‘Star Wars’ fans (no differences were found between males). Sexual Desire and Attraction Overall, ‘Star Wars’ fans placed greater importance on physical and sexual compatibility between themselves and their prospective partners.
"Tolerance is not the same as the acceptance," Glitch points out.